On Monday, Tesla held its investors’ meeting, an event during which the latest advancements and plans in bringing full self-driving to the market cars were presented.
Among the presentations includes a full self-driving computer chip,that will replacing Tesla’s Autopilot 2.5 computer, along with a two-minutes video showing a trip taken by a full self-driving Model 3.
The video starts with the driver setting the destination and engaging Autopilot . As soon as the computer calculates the route, the car sets off and enters the road.
The fast-forwarded video goes to show how well the Model 3’s self-driving tech can handle bends, stop signs, junctions, merging, exits and so on.
Tesla also showed off a concept car that has no steering wheel. The all-electric automaker plans to have a production version on the road in two to three years time.
According to Elon Musk:
“I think there will be a transition period where people are able to take over from the robotaxi but once regulators are comfortable with us not having a steering wheel, we will just delete that”